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Photo Caption: What the hell are these called I'm new to fish keeping and have tries to find these on the websites and can not. Its the two fish that look like silver dollars but they have blue dorsal fin. Thanks
fish tank picture - What the hell are these called I'm new to fish keeping and have tries to find these on the websites and can not. Its the two fish that look like silver dollars but they have blue dorsal fin. Thanks

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: I'm new to this!!! Only ever kept pond fish and gold fish. I have breeding convicts-not sure about that😞 and tiger barb killers. And two fish that are unidentified????? Three tetras left out of 20.
Advice: None all advice welcome!!!! PLEASE!!!
Fish Kept: Black Convict Cichlid, Black Convict Cichlid, Neon Tetra Jumbo, Neon Tetra Jumbo, Neon Tetra Jumbo, Tiger Barb, Tiger Barb, Tiger Barb, Tiger Barb
Corals/Plants: None plastic
Tank Size: 60 gallons
About Yourself: Just a normal 30 something animal lover. Who would be greatful of advice, as the guy in my pet store seems to be absolutely bonkers.

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